Moncton, New Brunswick was home to the 48th Annual Scientific and Educational Meeting of the Canadian Association on Gerontology (CAG) conference. Held from 24th-26th of October 2019, with the theme…
The increasingly diverse environments of an aging population call for innovative and dynamic responses to new challenges that older people will face.
Historically, the idea of ‘generational conflict’ made its way into pop culture in the 1960s, posing a strong argument about the existence of a generational gap.
In our ever-growing digitalized society that depends increasingly on digital means for communication, being digitally illiterate constitutes a form of social exclusion.